One Simple Drill for Weight Loss & Gut Health

Hi everybody, Dr. Cobb back with you. Hope youre having a great week. This week I want to talk about weight lossand digestive concerns, and kind of a eerie lodge for a lot of chronic stomach issues thatpeople have. It may sound a little bit like a mysterious topicbut Im going to use it to illustrate a object or new ideas. Ive talked about it in other blogs butits been participating in my judgment a great deal because Ive been practising it personally so I thoughtI would share it with you the coming week. Whenever you look at pain science, sorenes neuroscienceparticularly, one of the most staggering statistics is that approximately 80 percent of all the painthat humans event is whats called viscerally interceded, gist its theirstomach or digestive organs or whatever, and that either makes soreness in the gut area orit can actually refer pain to other areas of the body like the shoulder, back and hip, etc.Because we deal so much with pain in Z-Healthand compiling assured that our managers how to make appropriate referrals on how to work withpeople, we talk a lot about the nerves. When you think about that 80 percent, thatseems kind of staggering because most people complain about their back and their cervix, but they dont complain about their belly although theyre experiencing it. In reasoning this through over a long time, theres a great principle that revolves around this because most people, when theythink about gut questions, they think that, Ah, you know what? Im eating the wrong nutrients. Im eating nutrients that are too acidic ortoo basic or Im eating gluten or Im eating carbohydrate or Im having too much caffeine. That falls into what I also call an insanitystrategy where we tell ourselves the same stuff over and over and over, and nothingever converts. Its actually hard sometimes to change thoseappetites because weve been gobbling them a very long time and we have habits built aroundthem. In a lot of our directions, we talk about thissimple idea, which is that theres probably a better channel to accomplish what you want thanwhat youre currently doing, because most of us actually pick a strategy.I want to lose weight so Im going to eatless. I want to lose weight; Im going to go gluten-free. I want to lose weight, whatever. The question is that we stick with that strategyand we keep coming back to it, and keep coming back to it regardless of whether it worksor not. In our courses where we talk about nutrition, “theyre saying”, Listen chaps, when youre is speaking to consumers, tell them that we want to usea journalistic approach.If you remember from high school English, who, what, when, where, why and how, right? We call it the five Ws and an H coming toactually considering your attires and your behaviours. Today what I want to talk about is the howof snacking. Far more important to me than what youreeating and why, etc. Whenever we actually look at statistics inthe United Commonwealth, tons of people dine in their automobiles, speedily at the midday or whatever, and what that promotes is a problem with the how of gobbling which I belief contributestremendously to stomach distress, digestive agitations and grief, and then subsequentlylow energy.Heres the idea. Its kind of crazy but its called ruminating. I know, I know, sounds crazy. Chewing. A batch of us collected from what I call the wolffamily where we just rip stuff off and swallow it down as fast as we can, and unfortunately, how our person is built is through the process of absorption and assimilation, which meansthat if were having trouble digesting food because were not actually chewing it, wecant conform it and then it expenditure us powerfully and health-wise. Im going to offer you a little experiencethis week for the blog, and trust me, I do this and it actually has made a huge differencefor me over the years but it takes times, it takes a little discipline.Im going to ask you to choose one mealthis week and youre going to follow the rules of the old-time strong soldiers which ischew until whatever it is that youre dining is mostly liquid or liquefied before you withdraw. Personally, what I had to do to learn thiswas I had to make a commitment at one meal; I would take a bite because I come from thewolf family, and then I would place my utensils down. I would then ruminated and ruminate and munch and chewuntil the meat was liquefied and swallow and only then would I stand myself to pick upthe utensils again. Voices silly but it does make some time. Itll probably make you 25 or 50 percentlonger to eat but what happens with that is it actually gives your body and your braina chance to talk to one another and invariably the overwhelming majority of parties end up eatingless and feeling better, which I consider to be a huge triumph simply by changing your approachto eating as opposed to what youre eating.This week, choose one meal and impart it a shot. Notice I didnt say choose 21 dinners andgive it a shot. I said one, and what Id affection for you todo is eat that course and the notice how you feel the next two to four hours after themeal. If you was noted that your power is a littlebit better and your gut feels a little bit better, you feel a little less discomfort, you might want to consider expanding that out one meal a day for a while. Start to build the practice and the most importantpart of this process is actually paying attention to how you feel after because I amply believethat if you dine this behavior, youll lose weight, youll have far fewer GI commotions andall-in-all have better intensity to apply to the rest of your date. Strange little tip the coming week but I hope youllgive it a shot and yield us some feedback on how it works for you. Ill talk to you soon. Thanks ..

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